Published on : Sunday, January 19, 2014
A Transport for NSW spokesperson said a tender for construction of the new commuter facilities will also be awarded shortly, with construction expected to commence this year.
“Receiving planning approval for the project is welcome news for the community, we now look forward to seeing work start on the multi story car park,” the Transport for NSW spokesperson said.
“This project will deliver a new looped interchange with both bus and taxi stands, an increase of 135 commuter car parking spaces including five accessible parking spaces, bicycle racks, motorcycle parking spaces and improved way finding and pedestrian facilities.
“These new facilities are expected to be available for use by customers in 2015,” the spokesperson said.
The new commuter car parking and upgraded bus interchange are one component of improvements planned for Gordon Station, with the Werona Avenue commuter car park upgrade and extension works already underway.
The new commuter parking and interchange improvements at Gordon Station are being delivered as part of the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program, an initiative to deliver accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure where it is needed most.
“The NSW Government is delivering on its commitment to provide better transport infrastructure for North Shore customers,” the spokesperson said.
Improvements opened to customers under the $770 million program include upgraded transport interchanges at Milsons Point and Neutral Bay ferry wharves.
Source:- Transport NSW
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